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Old 01-03-2009, 04:15 AM
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There are 5 f1 orange lamasi form czech imports in here. I am far from getting a hang of where to plant the plants......i'm surprised i kept the ones alive that are in here in a plant q-tine. I'll be adding some ricica along the dripwall and maybe a brom or two. Best I could do for tonight. here are some pics.



still got to do some growing in obvioiusly. kristy
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Looks good Kristy. It will look really nice once you get a few more plants in it. You've got some really interesting ledges and such to plant on too. Is that a 24" exo?
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Old 01-03-2009, 05:44 AM
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thanks, no it the 18.
yep i'll be planting again soon. just deciding what else to put in.
suggestions would be helpful
thinking more broms, riccia.......what do you think?

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sweet frogs, nice looking tank as well, too bad you hardly ever see them.
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Some more broms for sure and the riccia should do nice at the drip wall. Some sort of vine would be cool for the back wall. Maybe some P. prostrata or something like that.
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sounds great tim yeah i can do that I was looking this morning and imagining it. I can see a lot more "potential"

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i have heard the same thing, but these surprised me. they are out and about all day even with the kids around. The males are calling up a storm. I see them dive into the water now and again.

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I love all the ledges and texture to the back wall. I wish I would have put more into my viv now after looking at yours. Looks great.
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Thanks jim, wish i could take the credit on this one, but chris from dartfrogdepot did the hardscape for me a while ago. i know, i know, its taken me forever to get it runningatleast it got to cycle ofr a bit. Definately need to get my rear end in gear....starting to. It does however give me definate ideas on my other vivs. he did a great job doing it and getting it here safely. kristy
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I love all the ledges and texture to the back wall. I wish I would have put more into my viv now after looking at yours. Looks great.
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